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How to calculate Mid Prices from Bid and Ask?

It is... A reference price calculated by taking the average of the current quoted bid and ask prices. As the average between the high and low quoted prices, the mid-price expresses a general market ...
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stock trading in fractions of a penny

Can a ordinary investor put limit orders in sub-penny ? Only your broker's software knows for sure.
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Is it wise to day trade without being subscribed to real-time data?

Trading delayed data in a paper trading account has value for learning to function efficiently on that broker's platform but not much more than that. IBKR's delayed quotes are 10-20 minutes behind ...
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Ameritrade price close difference

Make sure that the data that you are looking at is for the close of regular trading hours. Some data providers will also include after hours quotes and they are usually different. FWIW, I have two ...
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Why does my broker have slightly different prices?

Becuse your broker is not a broker but a CFD bucket shop and that is HOW THEY EARN MONEY. How much in fees do you pay? 0 - well, guess what, changing prices is where they make the money. Ups. See, "...
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